DS is 2.5 and once our yard is suitable I will let him play out on his own, checking every so often.
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01-10-2013 18:51 #21
01-10-2013 18:57 #22
With me checking every few minutes from 2.
01-10-2013 18:59 #23
In our backyard... Dd1 is 3yo and dd2 is just over 1. I check on them every 2-3 min.
I can generally see them from my kitchen bench tho.
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01-10-2013 19:05 #24
01-10-2013 19:06 #25
Our backyard is perfect for kids , flat, fully fenced and pool fenced and I can see it from family room, he's been out playing by himself with me doing the routine checks since he was about 2, now at nearly 3 he's out there all the time now we have the cubby and puppy!
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My 5 and 3 year play outside unsupervised. It is a fully enclosed yard and conveniently the back living area as huge glass doors that look pit upon the yard (so I can easily look out and see they are okay). Having a big yard is heaven sent for me and I often sent them outside if they are driving me nuts
01-10-2013 19:13 #27
2.5 would be fine with regular checking.
My kids are too scared to play out there on their own. Annoying >_<
Mumma to two beautiful boys on the spectrum and one special little girl.
01-10-2013 19:29 #28
My youngest was probably just under 2, but being youngest of three probably a bit different. Oldest would have been 2.5 probably, but secure back yard.
01-10-2013 19:30 #29
I have 4 kids. The older 3 were all
Playing outside from about 18mths...
01-10-2013 19:37 #30
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